A third-place tie at the inaugural Desert Classic seeded a legacy for Masters champion Bob Goalby — and his family — at the PGA Tour event.
Hockey legend Grant Fuhr has a good reason for launching a new golf tournament in the desert to benefit the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.
Despite weighing 1.62 ounces and spanning a mere 1.68 inches in diameter, a golf ball can be your friend or foe and earn both praise and disdain.
Ryegrass turf is back in season, providing golfers an opportunity to play some of the toughest tests, like the Gary Player course at Westin Mission Hills.
In 1973, Arnold Palmer solidified his reign as The King when he came to the desert and shot his best and final round on the PGA Tour.
Semi-private courses like the Oasis Country Club offer Coachella Valley golfers a tempting change of pace and a whole new set of challenges.
Indian Wells Golf Resort’s “Shots in the Night” is a fun and innovative hit with golfers and non-golfers alike who are looking for a twist on tradition.
What’s the toughest hole for golfers in the desert? Alcatraz — featuring an island green that taunts players at PGA West in La Quinta.
It’s wise to do a little bargain hunting. Golf apps and websites offer Greater Palm Springs players cheaper rates year-round, even during peak season.
Since the 2011 inception of the American FootGolf League, the sport has seen an ever-growing presence on the desert’s greens.